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  1. My grandfather was, but he died in 1992. Only...

    My grandfather was, but he died in 1992. Only ancestor to not come over from England was...a Dane. Male line ancestor of his maternal grandmother, came over in the Colonial period. Hans Madsen;...
  2. I can vouch for that. Due to my 10% Sicilian...

    I can vouch for that. Due to my 10% Sicilian DNA, I tan quite well; as a kid, a March picture of me looked like a fine English boy, while in a September shot, I could have passed for Hispanic. Even...
  3. Thread: "WOKE" America

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    One thing that's a problem in the United States...

    One thing that's a problem in the United States is the post-Civil War tabooing of states' rights has made every federal election life or death. And as a Gen Xer I do like to blame the millennials...
  4. Sticky: I read at Anthrogenica that Bishop Peder...

    I read at Anthrogenica that Bishop Peder Winstrup, one of their match samples which I match, is R1b-DF27; MTA did not define his haplogroup from what I recall, or had it just at generic R1b.
  5. Forgive my impertinence, but what in tarnation is...

    Forgive my impertinence, but what in tarnation is Yosemite Jew? Four of them seem to cluster identically with one another, while Urgell is the oddball, with less Sardinian, more Basque, and less...
  6. Uh, just so we're on the right page here, the...

    Uh, just so we're on the right page here, the modern Habsburg line is not descended in male line from the Swiss founder. Starting with Joseph II, the modern male-line Habsburg lineage is that of the...
  7. Hg C may be rare in Native Americans, but I am...

    Hg C may be rare in Native Americans, but I am descended from one of them. He had a child with a French settler and their child took the mother's surname of Doucet, my 8x great-grandfather Jean...
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    I think we can put to bed the Drummonds being...

    I think we can put to bed the Drummonds being descended from a Hungarian prince who settled in Scotland in the reign of Malcolm III, as family lore so says since they are L21 while the royal...
  9. The North Ossetians, which have a federal...

    The North Ossetians, which have a federal republic in the Russian Federation, have a lot of G, which is found in many other Caucasian peoples (the Shapsug Adygei have over 80% G); the only haplogroup...
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    You missed Coxsackie, New York. It is said to...

    You missed Coxsackie, New York. It is said to mean 'hoot of an owl' in a Native language. Also the history of Chicken, Alaska's name is interesting; the settlers wanted to name it after the state...
  11. Thread: New R1a map

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    R-Z92 is part of R1a, it is the East Baltic...

    R-Z92 is part of R1a, it is the East Baltic branch of Z280. On the R1a page on this site, the tree for Z280 shows the branch where Z92 is located, along with its cousin subclades, like the...
  12. I'm not surprised you got Providence, Duarte, we...

    I'm not surprised you got Providence, Duarte, we have quite a bit of Portuguese-language immigration in southeastern New England. A lot from the Azores and also the Cape Verde Islands in Providence....
  13. I live in Coventry, Rhode Island. Born and...

    I live in Coventry, Rhode Island. Born and raised. Well, born in Warwick, but that's five miles away. And my maternal grandparents grew up there. Also my sister lives there, and we, through our...
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    Yes, Mudéjars were numerous in Aragon, and the...

    Yes, Mudéjars were numerous in Aragon, and the expulsion of the Moriscos (those of their descendants who had converted, at least on face value, to Christianity) dealt a profound blow to the economy...
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    Makes perfect sense. There were no haplogroups...

    Makes perfect sense. There were no haplogroups associated with modern populations of the area, save the I2-M223 guys. There are two possibilities for the natives of the area, either Germanic (which...
  16. Mine is on the west side of Maastricht; usually...

    Mine is on the west side of Maastricht; usually in the oracles my closest matches are South Dutch so this makes sense. My male line originates not too far away in the Rhenish Palatinate.
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    Mine is...interesting...but is better by leaps...

    Mine is...interesting...but is better by leaps and bounds than Ancestry, which does not appear to pick up any trace of my father's maternal grandfather in me; his parents were from Palazzo Adriano,...
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    Judging from the other members of the E-Y4971...

    Judging from the other members of the E-Y4971 branch, VK474 may be descended from a real-life version of the Thirteenth Warrior, albeit through a North Slavic milieu.
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    Peter the Great possessed the original Romanov...

    Peter the Great possessed the original Romanov y-dna (the later part of the dynasty is descended from his daughter Anna and has the Holstein-Gottorp German R1b, U106) and was of a native Russian...
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    "West Asian" is more like Anatolia and the...

    "West Asian" is more like Anatolia and the Armenian Highlands; a person of Levantine origin like a Jew or say a Lebanese Arab, would have less of that than East Med, which would be their primary...
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    Hey you're lucky, my closest match-and it's below...

    Hey you're lucky, my closest match-and it's below 3, so it is really close-lived three thousand years ago near Prague. Unetice culture, foundation of the German and Celtic peoples, whom I am...
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    The Ryans of Tipperary are DF27; my maternal line...

    The Ryans of Tipperary are DF27; my maternal line great-great-grandmother was one, and perhaps many more of the noted Ryans in the Irish diaspora could be this haplogroup.
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    12305My first dog was Daisy the beagle, and I now...

    12305My first dog was Daisy the beagle, and I now have a springer spaniel named Coco. My father is a big dog lover (Coco loves Grampa, as did Daisy before her), as is my maternal uncle, so I've got...
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    Also let's not forget the Viking contribution;...

    Also let's not forget the Viking contribution; most of my English ancestors came from the Danelaw-my mother's family is from Leicestershire, and her mother's from Nottinghamshire, although having...
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    My maternal grandfather was known for his strong...

    My maternal grandfather was known for his strong jaw, still pronounced among his great-grandchildren (like my nephew), and he was 100% English, well, mixed with Danish Viking, as most of his...
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